Description of the painting by Pierre Auguste Renoir “Umbrellas”

Description of the painting by Pierre Auguste Renoir “Umbrellas”

Description of the painting by Pierre Auguste Renoir Umbrellas

A talented French artist Auguste Renoir worked for several years on the famous painting “Umbrellas”. The work was begun at the end of 1881 and completed only in 1886. Rain. Paris. Umbrellas. On the one hand, it is a fuss, hustle, a cluster of umbrellas, and on the other hand, the charm and charm of the plot.

The picture looks in one breath, there is no complicated and intricate plot that would make one think and think in the spirit of that time. Everything is simple and easy. Four heroes are depicted on the canvas, each of which carries its own history to the world. The young mother turned to call the children to her. She is dressed fashionably and stylishly in the spirit of 1881.

The young woman on the left looks tired, she returns home after a hard day’s work, she is dressed in the spirit of 1886. Such a difference in time affects long work on this work. In the center is a snub-nosed little girl, who looks at the sky with a questioning look, whether the rain has ended. The little girl is charming, her peculiar childish innocence and innocence. The picture accurately depicts the fashion of those times, with different classes. Renoir studied the styles of dresses for a long time in order to convey their style and fashion as accurately as possible.

The artist used different styles for writing characters. The two girls who are standing on the right are written in soft, smooth brush movements, in the spirit of impressionism, while the characters on the left are written in a more solid and decisive handwriting. Despite these differences, the picture looks harmonious and natural, fully consistent with the era of that time. The plot has a special charm, which is characteristic of the master’s pen, it sets it apart from other, no less famous artists.


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